Monthly Archives: January 2019

Meeting Review & Response: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Wholeness

BY NANCY BURKE, VICE-PRESIDENT, ISPS-US, CO-CHAIR, PSIAN VP@isps-us.org People don’t like to think that Freud was right when he described them – us – as walking pinball machines of contradiction, our paths the sum-total of the many forces within us … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning in “Madness”

When someone is “mad” or “psychotic,” should the people around them try to make sense of their experience and of what they are saying? Or should the person be taken to professionals who will listen only in order to diagnose … Continue reading

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